My goals: Pull in broadcast HD via an in-home antenna to a tuner, and have scheduling and DVR available. Avoid the cable card if possible. Serve movies to my aTV3 connected to a non-DLNA plasma. Get the best sound of the end result. Now I need to find the best path to that. I'm hoping I can get some advice here. I have a single computer going to a single display, no need to stream to iDevices, transcode, view on a plane, view in a hotel, or any of that. This is a self contained single family viewing area. I'd like to keep my aTV3 if I can. Although it would be nice to get the aTV4 for games and other apps, is there any reason why I would get that instead of keeping my aTV3? I guess I've been under a rock but I just found out about Infuse and aTV Flash. Allegedly, aTV Flash can be installed on the 2nd gen aTV (of which gen 3 is a revision), but how does it work? the FlashCore site is strong on listing features but has ZERO info on installing or using aTV Flash. I'm going to get a 3TB Time Capsule soon so I can upgrade to 11ac and keep some files on it instead of my late-2012 iMac. I think my ancient 11g Express is part of my current problems, which include dropouts and buffering while serving movies from my iMac to my aTV3 which are all in the same room. A few other guys here sold me on getting an HDHomeRun, though I still have to decide which one. I'm not interested in going cable card, but are the non-cable card models able to receive any in-the-clear HD signals? Which one is "best"? Eventually I'd like to tie the whole thing to Sonos, but right now I have a Sony 7.1 receiver running in 3.1 mode. It isn't TrueHD, but neither is Sonos. Plus Sonos can't handle DTS, and if you want even 5.1 they force you to have their lackluster PlayBar instead of a true 5.1 speaker setup.